TOEFL is the Test Of English as a Foreign Language and certifies your proficiency in Academic English.
Since only some SDA Bocconi Masters require the TOEFL test, we suggest you to check on each Master’s website.
In any case, if you are a native English speaker or you obtained a High School Diploma in English or you hold a degree from a University where courses are taught in English, you won't have to take the TOEFL test.
The School's TOEFL code is 0698.
There are three versions of the test: the first one is computer-based; the second one is paper-based; the last one is internet-based. The test is used and admitted all over the world, and consists of four parts: listening, reading, writing, and speaking.
More information and preparation kits can be found at the official TOEFL website
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT®) test is a computer-adaptive test that is available year-round at test centres throughout the world. This test measures basic, mathematical, and analytical writing skills. It is specifically designed to help Business Schools to assess the qualifications of applicants for advanced study in business and management. The test yields four scores (verbal, quantitative, total and analytical writing assessments) in order to measure applicants' potential academic performance in graduate management education. Each of these scores is reported on a fixed scale.
A good preparation kit explains the strategies and techniques to solve the problems.
Some Masters selection criteria accept GRE as an alternative to GMAT.
We suggest you check on each Master’s website.
Some master programs have scholarships or tuition weavers. They can be offered by the School, by companies or institutions and can cover tuition fees both fully and partially. Requisites vary according to the sponsors.
More information available on each Master’s website.
The School assists candidates with their funds search by placing at their disposal the documentation required for financial support applications.
In particular, Bocconi grants opportunities for low-interest loans available to admitted students, thanks to agreements with some partner banks.
Furthermore the University provides international students with information about possible sources for financing in several countries.